- If iSeries Access is installed on the PC you have a command called RMTCMD that allows you to send commands to the iSeries.
- On any Windows (even when iSeries Access is not installed) there is a tool called REXEC, which allows submit commands to the iSeries server.
- Both tools are used to submit "batch commands" with no screen involved.
- Both tools require start of server on the AS/400. (STRHOSTSVR *RMTCMD or STRTCPSVR *REXEC.)
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